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Have you ever wondered what expert #worship
leaders have to say about #WorshipTeamTraining
University?! We thought you might have some questions, so here is @SandraMcCracken
to tell you what SHE thinks of WTTU!
If you like what Sandra has to say, visit wttu.co and see what WTTU can do for you!
It’s been a while, so here’s an updated pedalboard picture. As you can see, I still haven’t fixed the knobs on my Mobius. 🙄
The hardest conversation a worship leader can have isn't saying no to someone when they want to join the team. The hardest conversation is when someone is already on the team and has to be removed. Maybe you've inherited a problem person. Maybe in a moment of weakness you let someone on the team who wasn't quite ready yet. So what can you do?
🔴 Here are 3 things to remember when someone isn't working on your team:
1️⃣ Give them every chance possible to remain on the team
Give them as much opportunity as possible to stay on the team. Schedule one on ones to work on their problems. Make sure they are adequately provided for when it comes to having songs in advance and chord charts and lyrics. Actually communicate how they could do better. Often times we store those thoughts up but never communicate them. At the end of the day, do everything you can to set them up to succeed.
2️⃣ Guide them to make the decision on their own
What if you could move them to a place where they realized they aren't able to serve any longer? This comes through setting expectations. You've got to be able to communicate what the expectations are for your team. Then, when someone isn't meeting the expectations, ask them what they think: do you feel like you're prepared for rehearsal? Do you show up on time? Give them recordings of services and ask them what they hear. If you lead them through the thought process, they might come to the conclusion on their own.
3️⃣ Speak the truth in love
Finally, sometimes you just have to do it. If not for yourself, do it for your team. If not for your team, do it for your church. God has given that person a specific gift to be used in the church and if that gift is not related to being on the worship team, you are doing them a disservice by lying to them and keeping them there. Don't let them try to be a foot when they're really a hand. Help them step into the role that God has actually called them to.
Happy Tuesday everyone 🤘🏼😎🔥 let's rock some tunes...
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of the #Lord
is powerful; the voice of the Lord is majestic. Psalm 29:4
is humble and honest, we forget ourselves and give to #God
as a response to who He is and what He has done, doing and will do.” @BranonDempsey
Bapa surgawi, bukalah mata kami agar dapat melihat bagaimana kami dapat memuliakan Dikau dengan talenta-talenta yang telah Kauanugerahkan kepada kami. Kami menghaturkan puji-pujian dan syukur kepada-Mu untuk segala karunia dan talenta yang telah Engkau percayakan kepada kami untuk dimanfaatkan demi pembangunan kerajaan-Mu lewat perbuatan-perbuatan baik bagi orang-orang yang kami jumpai dalam hidup di dunia ini. Amin. #worshipmusic #church
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“Worship is the act of magnifying God. Enlarging our vision of him. Stepping into the cockpit to see where he sits and observe how he works.” – Max Lucado
Praise the LORD! He has kept his promise and given us peace.
1 Kings 8:56🎶
Here's the truth: What you do in private comes out in public. Those private disciplines you've built over the years slowly but surely creep into your public life. That can be either scary or exhilarating. You may be able to fake it and do all the things that you're supposed to do for a while, but eventually the true you comes out.
So, what are you doing in private? Are they things that are going to help you minister better? Or are you simply relying on knowing the right things to do in the moment?
🔴 Here are 3 ways your private life reveals itself in your public life:
1️⃣ Prayer life
Have you ever heard one of those people who are really good public prayers? It seems like they know all of the right things to say and you're amazed by their ability to pray. Most of the time, that's a reflection of their private prayer life. They didn't just walk into church on Sunday and suddenly start praying these amazing prayers - these are prayers that are birthed out of their private time with God. The language they use isn't for show, it's a vocabulary they've built over time with God.
If you want to improve your public prayers, focus on your private prayers.
This one's obvious. The more you privately prepare the more it shows in public. People can tell when you're winging it - you're not getting away with one when you walk in on Sunday morning and figure you'll just make up the transitions as you go. This goes for speaking transitions. This goes for musical transitions. This goes for leading your worship team rehearsals. You need a plan.
Before you publicly present, privately prepare.
This has the potential to be the most damaging. As they say, "character is what you do when no one is looking." What they don't tell you is that character is also what you say to your team after a 2 and a half hour rehearsal when the AC is broken and it's 90 degrees inside.
Who you are privately eventually comes out publicly.
Anthem School of Worship Class of 2018.
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